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Gwent Connect 5

Gwent Connect 5 Training Programme

Gwent Connect 5 Trainers Programme is for anyone who wants to improve their mental wellbeing and who would like to share their knowledge with others.

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Online Professionals Self-instructed
Papyrus Course

Suicide Prevention Training – Papyrus

PAPYRUS delivers a free introduction to suicide prevention online and in person to increase awareness of suicide and suicide prevention, develop hope and encourage action for a suicide safer community and to understand the importance of self-care.

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In-person Online
Suicide First Aid: Understanding Suicide Intervention

Understanding Suicide Intervention

This one day course gives learners the knowledge and tools to understand that suicide is one of the most preventable deaths and some basic skills can help someone stay safe from their thoughts and stay alive. Free for people living and working in Gwent.

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Online Professionals
SFA-Lite

Suicide First Aid Lite

Suicide First Aid Virtual Training

Teaching the theory and practice of suicide intervention skills that can be applied in any professional or personal setting, this programme is delivered over 3 hours as a suicide prevention awareness session.

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Online Professionals
ZSA-Course

Zero Suicide Alliance

Knowing the warning signs for suicide and how to get help can help save lives.

Zero Suicide Alliance provide free online suicide awareness training courses: a very brief introduction course (5-10 minutes) and a further awareness course (20 minutes). Both provide people with skills to help someone who may be considering suicide.

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Online Self-instructed
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Gwent N-Gage

Free alcohol and substance misuse training for professionals.

The training covers substance use awareness; screening for young people’s substance use and responding to and working with young people who use substances; substance use and adolescent development; and New Psychoactive Substances.

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Professionals

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